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  • osan's Avatar
    08-06-2022, 06:44 PM
    Risk... benefits... hazards... All irrelevant. Why? Glad you asked. Because human beings. Period. Nobody gives a damn about the risks because those engaging in such research ALWAYS think they have things under control. Benefits? ANY potential strategic military (and hence political) advantage will be pursued, regardless of cost. Make no mistake, so-called "gain of function" is 100% about military advantage - the trump card each side wishes to have in their hip pocket... just in case. The history of humanity should make this clear to everyone with an IQ. This is trebly demonstrated over the course of the twentieth century. The moment industrialization of warfare became a material reality, underpinned by scientific method and engineering know-how, human beings immediately embarked down the grim paths of NBC warfare. There was not even so much as the least detectable hesitation. What, then, makes anyone think that such hearings hold the least meaningful value? This is theater of the most gratuitous variety because of its rank cynicism. The world is in the hands of raving devils, we do absolutely nothing to stop them, and then melodramatically and ever-so-publicly ask how this tragedy or that outrage could have happened. We make embarrassments of ourselves, minute over minute. To put it very bluntly, humanity is full of shit. As a statistical gestalt, we are in love with the petty drama of death and destruction... at least when it's someone else's children being consumed by bombs, disease, poverty, flame, and unspeakable misery. Our political bullshit is all a big game for the bored people of the apparently overly-affluent "first-world", which has bred a raft of adult bodies in various states of arrested mental development. The key outstanding feature of the mean man is the vulgar and cheap, childish self-centeredness that drives an indomitable will to every possible known stupidity. The factories of twisted imaginations churn out new idiocies every single day, to which the masses of functionally brain-dead and ill-bred whelps cleave, as if their very existences depended upon them. The utter depth of self-willed human depravity still manages to open new and shocking, if unsurprising, vistas to me almost by the day. We are a despicable species, unworthy of the blessings and miracles of our existences, not as matters of our immutable individual natures, but of our personal choices, driven by our will to be as shoddily corrupt as we are able to pull off, while evading any immediately discernible consequences.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-06-2022, 01:03 PM
    Perhaps, or not... the relevant point being that effectively infinite units can be concocted from thin air, as you put it. This has been my main concern about an Art. V Convention. If there are any as-yet latent loopholes and were even one to be discovered that would be exploitable via palm grease, Theye would "print" as much as needed to buy the results they want. And what about those trillions that "disappeared" from DoD? Might come in hand when things get interesting. Goebbels took the work of Bernays and tuned it, resulting in his quip regarding telling the big lie, telling it often, and by that means making it the truth.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-06-2022, 07:25 AM
    This once again raises the question of silver v. gold. Historically, the value of gold relative to silver has been about 15x. Today it's just under 90x, so either gold is highly over-valued, or silver highly under-. Which is it? The current discussion seems to suggest the latter, in which case is would appear that silver is the commodity of choice. I'm curious as to the consensus, if there even is one.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-06-2022, 07:08 AM
    Shorting requires a specific relative movement. How is that reliably achieved? Rumor and innuendo have fueled market idiocy since ancient times, but it's always been a risky business. Today's tyrants and other scoundrels seem far less willing to tolerate risk, which would seem to point to the need for reliable means of making the markets do what they want, when they want, in the amounts they want. I'm not saying those means do not exist, but only that I am not familiar with them. As for selling the same physical metal to more than one breathing body, that is certainly one of the easier frauds to perpetrate, so long as the "system" supports it. Keep the prying eyes of investigation at bay, and that scam could go on for a very long time. I've never understood how anyone could be so naive as to trust in such a blatantly insecure scheme as that. AH! You see, I'd not twigged to that angle, and it makes perfect sense. Meet increased demand with false supplies... just crank out as much paper as is needed. The dopey investors are happy in their bubble of false security, the crooks are practically passing out from disbelief that they could be making so much cash on the Stupid of said investors, and everyone is happy.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-06-2022, 06:52 AM
    I think plenty of them actually do know what is happening. Money can buy nearly anything or anyone. Imagine how easily a billionaire is made - literally takes seconds to endow Senator Joe Scumbag with even a trillion dollars. We don't really have clueless "representatives" - we have co-conspirators, if in no other measure than their willingness to turn a blind eye in exchange for a doxy and a bottle of cheap wine. They aren't the problem. We are. Until we decide to kill these jokers, and their children (a grim but essential part of becoming a free people), stamping out not only the tyrant, but his genetic lines, we are going nowhere but ever downward along that lovely death spiral. That is the naked truth of it, like it or not. I will fight because I am a grade-A prick, but to be honest, I no longer give a shit about the liberty of Americans because they have proven themselves unworthy of even their miserable existences, much less actual liberty. Well, I've been talking with God a lot lately. Guess what? Nothing's coming back, so I'm not particularly impressed. God may have his timeline, but it doesn't align well with that of the individual human being, making much of what we experience seem like manifestations of a very sick and sadistic joke. I'm done with all the unproven bullshit of humankind. Until I see evidence, it's all lies, my basis being the several heaps of innocent people whose bodies piled-high like mountains, graced God's half-acre during the twentieth century alone. I have no use for petty, low-rent drama, and I suspect the hundreds of millions who fell to the butchers may not have given the least of a shit about God's grace as their lives were untimely ripped from them; as they watched the same fate befall their children. We are a race of demons and sloths, perfect for one another, the latter watching as the former consumes him, feet-first. That's the world of humans and you can have it. But I will fight - not for anyone else but the handful of those whom I love. The rest of the world can burn and I shall shed not even one tear for them, for they made their beds. Let them nap.
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  • Bryan's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 11:20 PM
    Thanks for sharing, Suzu. I'm very sorry to hear of the loss. I have moved this thread to our Remembrance area.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 04:06 PM
    Attempted screaming through.
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  • Matt Collins's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 03:00 PM
    A New ‘Giuliani Moment’? With Guest, Rep. Anthony Sabatini v1c50bb
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 01:46 PM
    Paging Dr. Frankenstein-- Dr. Frankenstein to the ER.. Mad scientists are running the show.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 01:42 PM
    Hacked Car? or deliberate suicide.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 11:11 AM
    Perspective.. You can fight against the inevitable,, or adapt. I would rather build one on the KISS principle.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 11:04 AM
    I only lack the Funds. (not a new condition)
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  • Matt Collins's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 10:55 AM
    Too bad he sold out and supported a taxpayer funded stadium grrrrr :mad:
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 10:23 AM
    Replacing actual money with mere currency is essential. Recall the Rothschild quote along the lines of "give me control of a nation's currency (or money) and I care not who writes its laws." A few is not nearly enough. Likely, we as a species are hosed. But I intend on defying Themme until I die, by whatever the means that may greet me.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 09:37 AM
    LOL, the man has a sense of humor.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-05-2022, 04:59 AM
    That was a different pretense. I'm not saying it cannot be done now in some similar way, but only that so far there appears to be little notice of anything amiss if it is in fact the case. That nothing would be mentioned in the large networks would be expected, but that even the smaller outlets make no mention of this of which I am aware... that seems a little perplexing to me. Well yes, all points well taken. I suppose I'm just a fool to hope that somehow there exists a better than trivial number of men who see it for what it is. Thus far, the evidence remains inconclusive.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 11:10 PM
    Bioweapons research has been going on for 100 years. It will not be stopping any time soon. The likelihood that SARS-Cov2 is a weapon is high. Consider that its behavior is utterly unprecedented. When have you ever seen a virus mutate so many times in a mere two year period? Never? Correct. This is unlikely to be a natural phenomenon, unless of course the population doomsayers are right and we are approaching some tipping point. But how would we be able to tell whether they are correct, or if what we are experiencing is the product of deliberate artifice? Then there are the so-called "long covid" symptoms that linger for months at the least. I NEVER get sick. When I was a child, I got flu yearly like clockwork and would be deathly ill from it. I finally decided that enough was enough and simply refused to get sick after being in bed a full month in 1979. The only illness I had since then was lyme in 1992, which admittedly jacked my ass up pretty good, but I got over it. Fast forward to last September where, in the wake of having rolled one of the tractors on myself (don't ask), my slight injuries were enough compromise to allow the covid to get hooks in me. I got over it and was fine until about 3 months ago when my lungs just decided to explode. I was expelling lots of white-cell matter. Finally went to doc and he told me this was likely the lingering effects of the covid infection. It's up and down. Last week I felt like I was 50 again. This week, I felt like I had no life in me. My point here is that I have never been like this in any measure, at least since '79. Now all of a sudden I am weak to some lingering aftermath? Possible, but I find it unlikely. My suspicion is that this is the result of a work-product designed to bring just enough effect to the individual to establish non-trivial stress conditions. This would certainly fit the pattern of an intention to break a population of its will to independence and self-governance. Theye are bastards and they want it all. I put nothing past them.
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  • osan's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 10:53 PM
    Could be, but how would one pull off? Limiting availability might work, but in the face of scarcity, demand drives prices up. How does one prevent that from being reflected in the market that is based on ask/bid? Somewhere, someone wanting gold for whatever reason is going to bid higher. Are we to believe that nobody is going to sell? Even so, other buyers see, follow suit, and how then do the crooks hide the rise from the market itself? How can oligarchs suppress the price in an ask/bid system, much less do so without arousing widespread suspicion and a resultant crash in confidence, which is the central pillar of all markets? I can see a reason why, though: artificially depress the value to drive the vast majority of holders to begin questioning their gold assets, eventually giving way to a panic sell-off wherein the big fish buy at pennies on the dollar. When Theye feel they've cornered that commodity, they slam the door shut on all small buyers by jacking the price through the roof. The single most reliable money standard on the planet is literally and physically taken away from people, and socked away, leaving the common man screwed in every hole. Perhaps Theye, as represented by "government", would paint themselves as coming to the "rescue" by buying directly from the panic-stricken Meaner, who initially heaves a sigh of relief at having been saved from the barbaric relic that has so clearly failed him, only to have the currency costs of everything jack their ways to heaven itself. The meaner is corn-holed, Theye have repatriated nearly all the gold into their own hands, and do not have to resort to the FDR measure of blatant confiscation, which would probably still work today, but why risk it if you can get the scum (that's us) on their knees, begging for a taste of the willie? Just as the Meaner took covid hook, line, and sinker with an obedience bordering on the obsequious, so can they now be relied upon to follow suit if and when Theye decide to reclaim all of that which they deem to be their own. Yes, we are precisely that conditioned, which is another reason we are hosed and that what little freedom remains on this miserable prison-planet wings its way into the ether, much like your little sister's immaculate virgnity on a hot August evening. Consider this: Theye certainly do not want us holding any meaningful gold reserves, as that would protect far too many from the ravages of inflationary artifice. Therefore, Theye need to keep it out of our hands. Open threats and confiscation would risk real revolt, so make us want to give it up. There's your why. The how... that's the tricky bit... Can Theye mask reflections of real demand OF the market FROM the market? Perhaps it is as simple as you suggest. I'm not smart enough to know.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 10:32 PM
    Not my first time down.
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  • Matt Collins's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 06:45 PM
    So Anthony went head to head in a recent debate with Mark Levin, the moderator. Levin, the neocon, was trying to pound Anthony for saying that the US government has no business being involved in the Ukraine conflict. This is something about 60% of the Republican electorate agrees with. Rep Sabatini is running for Congress in my hometown here just north of Orlando. While I was lobbying for Florida to pass Constitutional Carry the last year with Florida Gun Rights, Anthony was the one who sponsored the bill the last 3 years. We made more progress this time than in the past. But the important thing that I observed is that Sabatini was the only one in the legislature with a real spine. There were 2 or 3 who would somewhat stick their necks out there but not to the extent that Sabatini would. While I don't agree with Anthony on everything the reality is that he could very well be the next Thomas Massie if he gets elected. He will stand firm, vote right, and call out the bad Republicans on their nonsense.
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    08-04-2022, 03:21 PM
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 04:46 AM
    He is a clown show. Sometime things can be revealed in comedy that main stream anything would never admit. I think he was right about Sh being a FF operation. That does not mean it did not happen. The trial itself is a clown show. He gets undying support from somewhere. I do not know where. I remember where I was when SH was being reported. I do believe it was somehow done by the government. I don't believe that this autistic kid killed his mother then went and shot up SH school. The autistic people I know have no interest in guns at all and are mostly afraid of them. This is why I don't believe the story. I am not sure I believe children died but, it would not surprise me to find that the gov thugs would sacrifice children to their cause. WHich in the case of SH gun bans is the objective. It still is the objective. AJ has a few good nutritional products that I have bought and might buy again. At the end of the day though I have to look at my own reality and take care of that. i pray for whatever is God's will for AJ. Will he end up being portrayed as some kind of example for the rest of us? Get in line or else have done to you what happened to AJ? I don't know. I know many people who pay no attention to politics at all. All of them seem to be doing just fine. They work, grow and, seem to be having a good life. They don't have time for this BS because they are busy living their own lives. They all seem strong and prepared for anything. The end maybe near I can't say for sure. Now more than ever I want to be in harmony with God and to do His will if I can. I encourage you to look it to His will for yourself if you feel so inclined. If I want to mind my own business and live in peace I have to seek God and make His business my business.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 01:12 AM
    A homicide in this instance is blameless I find a lot of people have trouble with this.. and it seems a simple concept to me.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 01:03 AM
    Never Got to show them this. The concept of justifiable homicide in criminal law is a defense to culpable homicide (criminal or negligent homicide). Generally, there is a burden of production of exculpatory evidence in the legal defense of justification. In most countries, a homicide is justified when there is sufficient evidence to disprove (under the "beyond a reasonable doubt" standard for criminal charges, and "preponderance of evidence" standard for claims of wrongdoing, i.e. civil liability) the alleged criminal act or wrongdoing. The key to this legal defense is that it was reasonable for the subject to believe that there was an imminent and otherwise unavoidable danger of death or grave bodily harm to the innocent by the deceased when they committed the homicide. A homicide in this instance is blameless I have personally seen this once.. Gavel Down "Young man,you have done a service to the community" The Judge said..(best of my memory)
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 12:41 AM
    LOL,, Ate my share already. screw Klaus, if God gives me Locusts and Wild Honey,,I will be Thankful.. but still not sure I would be Happy.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-04-2022, 12:31 AM
    You can't handle the truth.!! don't like facts on Fighting Words,,, They would have really hated the facts about Justifiable Homicide. would have been next in discussion. BAN
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    08-03-2022, 10:50 PM
    Facebook Fully Supports Fascism. Your account is restricted for 24 hours Your previous posts didn't follow our Community Standards, so you can't do things like post or comment. see how it is
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  • Matt Collins's Avatar
    08-03-2022, 06:54 PM
    What are you doing here then? This is not a forum for people who support gun control (which is anti-liberty and contrary to the Constitution).
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